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About The Ione journal. (Ione, Or.) 1914-1916 | View This Issue
Excellent Crop Prospects In View
The farmer! around lone are
smiling over the good weather
we are bavins and are begining
qd their spring plowing. ?
A few of it he business men of
lone, met in Mr. Robison's office
and organized a Gun club last
Thursday evening. .
The boys have felt the effects
of the last few warm days and
are out practicing base bait
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Jo. Knppt,b.r, i. bw rtk -
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I Frank Akers report he is busy
putting his land in shape (or an
alfalfa crop this season, f v
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.Frank Calkinswas a caller at
the Journal office this weea ano Dlvig Mary- Bacon. Josephine races and saw the aeroplane
while here stated that he Would Woolery, Clara Johnson, Ada flights. At 7:00 o'clock each
plant a large area of land """-Ritchie, Goldie, Stoops, Lillie '-evening we went to an entortain
season. "x , " ' ' . Pennington, Sybil Cason, Lillie went ta-the Educational Building
7" iAllinger, Etta Barlow. Gladys Roll was called at :80. and all
Many famlies in lone, have Fletcher. Etta Aker,. Meexl were in bed and lights eat at 10
'been compelled to. go without Blake, Jessie Dobyns, Roy Blake. P. M. On Wednesday morning,
potatoes the past woe as we
stores had all sold out, however
a shipment of them came in last
r nuaj .
m 1 '
Jack Hynd is in the midst of
Lambing at CeciL -
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T. H. Lowe, postmaster oi
Cecil, passed thru lone from
Heppner, the past week, he saj s
things are looking fine out in faiB
part of the county
a -.in 1 1 -i
A. F. Palmateer was
week from Morgan.
T. M. Benedict came In from
Morgan this week.
Ike Howard was in this week
from the ranch, he is busy get
ing his spring work started.
Mr. Buffington is not seen
about town very much these day
forheisavaryJUByman, he is
working on his creek ranch put
ing it in shape, there was some
filling to be done as a result of
the recent high water. -
Bishop Paddock was in lone
last Saturday evening to give n
lecture. His topic was, "My trip
to the Orient." A large audence
attending at the Baptist church,
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, The creek is .raising again on
account of the warm weather.
The grass la -aid to be coming
along fine. - - 1 - ...
H.O. Ely of Morgan,
Tisitor to lone this week.
E. F. Feldman th new depot
agent was formerly the agent on
the Shaniko branch, but is glad
to get back to Morrow County
climate, Mr. Feldman waa at one
time depot agent at Heppner, so
this is somewhat like -getting
back bom to him.
" - Buck up,
work up, and get
"Food for the ftahW
worked. Let's hare a new one.
' But, then when peace fs re
stored the war correspondent-
can fin lucrative employment
in digging potatoes.
Even thfr wisest of men have:
their silly moments when they
c ' ' ; '
rracnce nas oegun on w
school operetta, uje'Windmillsof
nouana . ah parts in me etw
and -chorus will
music is very tuneful, the plot
clever and the whole is peculiarly
suited to school students.
A tentative list of the east fol-
I lnwa Zfttma . F.ntrlpman Rnhv.
EnBlemglli Cm Unn, JoWl
Kenneth Blake. Harley Snerr.
Earl Blake, Tom Griffith, Frank '
stoops, Mr. Davis is conducting,
tlwsiewtdt-ehicw waVM the seat ot that weak Esrp
ing the accompany ingi .
A bell has been placed In the
Manual Trainings room andeon-
nected ud with the hell ti retain
ao!that the Manual Training r.laaa-'
mty e dismissed as the other '
hiffh Kbo(A -1.3-0. 1
-The jcbooJ received eeveral ,
ayMitiswa a Um k;
week. It is the possessor among
other things of a static machine
to generate electricity, an X ray
and maximum , and minimum ;
thermometer. But the most pop- J
ularpoaseesion-by far is the skele-,
ton for the physiology class. It is
that of a girl. about sixteen years '
old and is about flye feet four
inches high. Since its arrival it
has been on view daily and see-
ms to be very fascinating to all
the school children.
Good Ball bearing clothes wring
er nearly new for sale cheap,
apply Journal office. . .
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
by S. E, Notson
If any of th Industrial elub
workers contemplate attending beautiful grounds over to the
the Boys' and- Girls' Summer Buprem Court building, where
School at the O, A. C.t begining' taken through the State
June 21 and continuing two weeks printing office and the other off
they should send me their names ices In the building. W then
atone. The cost will be merely started back to the grounds, and
the expenses. It is thought that ooa- arrived at camp, greatly
reduced rate 00 th railroes
will be secured. -
Garnet Barrett has sent to his'
report of his trip to the State
Fair, which is riven below:
"It waa Sept 26, 1915; just one
waak after th doe oi the Srd
Annual Mnrrn rVmntv Fair,
that Kenneth Binna and I left
Hoonarforaon-wk trio to
the State Fair at Salem, Sept 7
to Oct t. We rode on the local
.Itrain to Hddot Jiinrtkm. where
M kMnkri k mm. Hn tnia
.nH rM dowm tha wonderfnl
Columbia to Peruand. arriving
atCJOP.M. W stayed at the
home of my Uncle that night,
and left .the next morning for
Salem, where we arrived at 10:80.
Mr. Harrington met us at . .the
station- and took us over to the
Boys' Camp, where we. found
about tea boys already there
We were taken to the grounds
and over to the Educational build
ing, where we met Mr. Maria
and Mr. Welles, After this we
were taken to dinner and . were
shown around the buildings,
where the work and products of i
7th 0nn Industrial Club boys
and girlsjrer located. The rest
of the afternoon was spent in gat
ing acquainted with the other
boys. The next . morning we
were called up at 7 o'clock, and
want to "breakfast at 7:50. Kach
day after breakfast ws had two
hourt Mf m Md
in whlch w verv inter
be taken byng Bnd in5truetive, and I
School. The W. . A nm ftii'i
study. Then we had recreation
until 11:60 when we vent to din
ner. After dinner we had an
other class, lasting one hoar, and
then-recreation until 2:50, during
which timt we went to the horse
rour camp was eomposed of 15
boys from all over our great & e
and we certainly had a Jolly time
boy had a nickname, and one
could hear the names "Raatus"
"Rosie" "Kaiser" and others
every moment of the day. That
afternoon we assembled in the
Educational -Building and were
given a speech by "Mr. Griffin on
'the good of the Industrial Clubs'
His talk was very interesting,
and we were all highly pleased
mith what h umA ahout the
work of the elube and what they
are to do for the Oregon boys
And girls. Thursday morning,
After the classea were over, Mr.
Aker told us that we were to be
taken to the Stat House that
afternoon. This excited the boys
much , that
they could hardly wait until
dinner was over, and we could
be on our way. But th time
oon passed, and we were ready
to start Th trip was mad in
three auto trucks, and w soon
arrived at the State Hons. Here
Mr. Wells showed us through
th large building and then took
us to the Governor a offlee where
Governor Withyeomb gave us a
abort talk, which I will never
forget . After going through the
Stato House we went through the
pressed W,U1 wnM
heart, un moay
afternoon we all had our pictures
taken in front of our oamp, which
T food ox w joy
wacn of boys that war in um
boyr elub camp for Uf 10. satur-
day morning was a busy ooa for
U um soya, a tt waa us oay
that DSOSt Of OS WOT to Wave for
oom os or m morning
was spent m packing our Wan kets
cioOxm and in getting the
aoreeeae of ail toe boys in oroer
that we might eotrespood with
eac 0UMT TM 10 IOTgW .- UM
happy week We bad spent toge-
ther. I ass grateful to everyone
h blpd aw have anch a good
ie, as l came home with a far
ster ideaof what Oregon is
Id is to be in the future." -
Elasticity can often be res tor-
rubber by soakmg it In a
mjixture of one part of household
ainmonia to two of water", chirps
ah exchange. . Jhia. : however
does not include the masculine
neck when a pretty ankle is in
sight The m. n. is perpetually
elastic, ; . .. ', .
y j ...if i. ij .;. .1
I - am for men'. declared
enry George, the noted single
er Pifflef To our untutored
editorial mind there is nothing
l this world, on this wold or of
tf is world to eompare with the
oman hood of our own beloved
wn Hurrah for woman.
r. C. ftt Schrlver wna In lone thta
wk dolug- tome trading
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: iKoxton. Tex.- At a birthday
party given by Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Wateon in honorof their son.
rSnfua a fruit cake graced the
table which was cooked twenty
years ago by Mrs. C. H. Shilling,
of Paris, the young man's aunt.
itie gave it to his father and told
hjhn not to cut it until the boy
was twenty-one years of age.
'ttie flavor-was said to be fine.
clore Hall came into the world
ready for the dinner table She
Iwfl iP feHy developed teeth In
her lower gum. " ' ' " r ' "'"'J
Hartford, Mich.- An admirer
brought the editor of the Day
Spring here a freak fruit-half
peach and half apple. The divid
ing line is straight and well de
fined. . The specimen grew on a
Just what la a politician 7
Darned if we know I
New York, N. Y.- According
to Robert T. Rieaer, who return
ed from a tour of inspection in
Germany recently, four dummy
kaisers ride along the lines in
different sections of the country
daily. The dummies ride in cars
like that of the emperor and are
selected from soldiers who look
most liks the kaiser. In this way
the life of the kaiser is better
protected. , '. v. -
Pigs U pigs.
but some have
only two feet
Pari, France. Alceda Verd,
72 years old, is the oldest soldier
in th French army. He saw ser
vice at Sedan, and is now with
the 47th territorial regiment in
th first line oftrencbes.
Th wise man listens when
others apeak. The fool hears
only himself. ' "'
Geneva, O. Menu: Breakfast,
opringwater; luncheon, spring-
ater: dinner, more spring-water.
That was th diet which Dr. H.
G. Huffman, oculist, lived on for
47 days. The doctor'sast is said
to have saved his life.
Then, too, prepardneas against
the vitriolic tongue of th gossip
would be a welcome deliverance
to-taa lacerated grail , ,
The belligerantseall each other
liars, and th war correspond
ents intimate that both sides ant
hrinc and blamed if we don't
believe th waoto dinged cap-
oodle are just plain prevaricators.
New Rld and Gun Club
Large Membership Is Expected
A meeting was held at the offi
ce of Judge Robinson, by the
local sports of lone on Thursday
evening for the purpose of ttr-
ganizing a local Rod and Gun ;
Club. A permanent organization
was effected with the following
officers named for the enauing
year. J. Walter ruyear; rrest-
dent, F. H. Robinson, Secretary,
and Judire C. B. Soerry, Treas-
urer. A committee of three was. , Wednesday, 7:80 p. m.
appointed by the president to'Dotcas Society meeting over th
draft and present to the next
meeting a set of bylaws. Bert
Mason, E. J. Bristow and Ray
Beaslev were aonointed on this
mmmittM W H. ilmnk- was
placed at the head of a commiteeL Lexington.
to secure new members, with I - v
power to appoint assistants in Preach services every second and
carrying out this part of the " fourth Sundays of each montli
rework. Mr. Cronk made the fol-
lowing appointments to help him '
boost, Harlan McCurdy, Joe
Mason, J. H. Cochran and F. L.
(Jhristenson. Thd next meeting
of the club will be held on Thurs
day the 16th day of March, 1916.
at the hour of 7:30 o'clock p. m.
at the office of F. H. Robinson.
Baptist Church Services
Sunday School: every
Sunday 10 a. m.
Preaching service every second
and fourth Sunday of each
month, at 11:00 A. M. and 8:00
Christian Endeavor at 6;30 P. M.
The Union Aid meets every Thur
sday afternoon at the homes
of th members at 2:00 P. M.
Choir practice every other Satur
The stranger is assured a hearty
Revi E. T. Starker,
And now the dudes are getting
theirs. . Owing to the war the
cost of violet dye has gone up to
112,000 a barrel
Geo B. Whitcomb of the Silver
top store is having a clearance
sale of boots and shoes, you
should give them the one over.
Fred Ely will
soon start his
Things are stinng on the Di-
amone T Ranch.
T, M. Broady is again able to
do a hard days work, they, are
hauling wood, and getting thingi
ready for the coming winter.
Eugene Cariev Is busy with
the spring tooth these days.
Mrs. John Hossner visited her
parents on th ranch this week.
John Hossner recieved a
trees and shrubbery from his
father at Gresham which he will
plant on his place adjoining lone.
For Sale good bed. spring, and
mattress" all for $4:60 apply
, Journal office. -
Congregational Church Servicoe
at lone, Oregon ...
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. . ?
Preaching services, every Aral
and third Sunday of each mou
th at 11.00 a m. and 8:00 p. m.
Christian Endeavor fi-Sn n m
Udieg mig8ionary meetnff
the first Tuesday in each mon
th at 2:00 p. m. -
Prayer meeting and Bible study
Holgato Butcher shop. Thurs
day 2:W p. m.
Choir practice every other Satur
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- at 11:00 a m. and evening. .
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m,. '
christian RndA.imr at
: Ladies Aid Society meets every : '
Wednesday at 2:00 p, m. .
Strangers are cordially Invited
tq attend services. .,
Rev. J. U Jones, v ' v
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Third East, Salt Lake City,
For Sale-K-good milk cows, for
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Baby Chicks from large, healthy
vigorous ' and heavy-laying
White Leghorns, $10 per 100
, and $90 per 1,000; $2 per 100
when order is booked end baU
. ance 5 days before delivery.
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Doherty Bros have moved their
sheep to McDonald Canyon.
Ike Howard is preparing to put
a 80 Inch Iron pipe under the R.
R. track below Alex Lindseyi
and extending ditch down to his
ranch on the north side of road,
by so doing will do away with
ditch along County road.
In this great land of ours all
men sre equal, but many are not
willing to admit it.
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